Governor Appointments to Boards and Commissions
Gubernatorial appointments are an ongoing process, with appointments occurring throughout the year.
Factors to Consider
Serving Kansas on a board or commission is both an honor and a privilege. Public service, however, is not for everyone. Individuals applying for a board or commission should be aware of the following:
- As expected in an open and democratic government, the activities of boards and commissions are subject to public and press scrutiny.
- Successful applicants may be required to complete a financial disclosure statement as a condition of serving on the board or commission.
- Unless otherwise specified by law, most boards and commissions meet quarterly each year. However, some boards may meet more frequently due to the responsibilities and functions of the board.
- Service on boards and commissions is generally voluntary, and unless otherwise specified by law, members of boards and commissions are not paid a stipend. Members of boards and commissions are typically reimbursed for their expenses.
Applying for a Position
In our ongoing effort to make government more efficient, streamline procedures, and save taxpayer money on printing, paper and postage, the application process for Boards and Commissions is automated.
This application system will allow you to submit your application for boards and commissions online. We would like for all Kansans to consider serving to fill these positions.
If you are not a Kansas resident, please contact the Appointments Office before beginning the application at (785) 368-7097.
Additional Materials that need to be filled out for the Application Process
Governor’s Office of Appointments
300 SW 10th Ave, 259-S
Topeka, KS 66612
Email Office – Click Here
Note: Many boards and commissions have certain qualifications of appointment that must be met as set forth in Kansas Statutes.